Scottish independence: Your questions answered March - June

The Scottish independence referendum debate is being discussed at length by academics, politicians, entertainers and commentators in a series of BBC webcasts.

Information and analysis

Interviewees, who have been answering questions submitted by BBC website users, have tackled at a variety of issues, including defence, culture and the economy in an independent Scotland.

The referendum will take place on Thursday, 18 September, 2014, when voters in Scotland will be asked a single question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"

Click on the videos to see how the guests dealt with your questions.

Dennis Canavan in the 'hot seat'

McLeish makes his case

Dennis Canavan answered a range of reader questions about the referendum

Former First Minister Henry McLeish answers your questions

What women want

Fry's 'wealthy nation'

Scottish independence: Jeane Freeman and Jenny Marra answer your questions

Historian and journalist Michael Fry answers your questions on the Scottish independence referendum

Money matters

The Tory take on devo max

Former Labour minister Brian Wilson and Michelle Thomson, of Business for Scotland, answer your questions on the Scottish independence referendum

Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservative Party, answers your questions on the Scottish independence referendum

More Scotland politics stories


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